Australian athletes have partnered with scientists at The University of Queensland to support research into the effects of concussion.

31 May 2018
Dr Abishek lyer

University of Queensland researchers are one step closer to developing new medicines for treating inflammatory diseases, including allergies such as rhinitis, itchy hives, asthma, eczema and dermatitis.

4 September 2017
From left, Professor Susanne Schmidt, Professor Heather Douglas and Associate Professor Kerrie Wilson

Three University of Queensland professors have been appointed to the Australian Research Council College of Experts for 2017.

25 November 2016
Professor Glenn King

Spiders have helped researchers from Australia and the US discover a new target for irritable bowel syndrome pain.

7 June 2016
Enrolments are now open for the World101x: Anthropology of Current World Issues Massive Open Online Course

Enrolments are now open for the World101x: Anthropology of Current World Issues Massive Open Online Course, run through not-for-profit online learning platform edX,

9 June 2015
Queensland Premier Campbell Newman being interviewed by the media. Credit: Wikipedia.

If Queensland’s Liberal National Party reclaims government at this Saturday’s election, you can be sure the politicians will be quick to take the credit. But behind the scenes, much of the credit for the LNP’s political revival belongs to the...

27 January 2015
UQ was awarded a total of 77 health and medical research grants today

Australia’s first Centre of Research Excellence in Chronic Kidney Disease will be established at The University of Queensland with a $2.5 million grant announced today.

17 October 2014

Australia is spending $31 million a year importing a critical blood product used to treat a range of neurological, hematological and immunological disorders.

5 October 2012

Anthropologists from The University of Queensland’s School of Social Science are investigating coal seam gas disputes in the Darling Downs region of southern Queensland.

18 September 2012
The late Professor John Western AM

UQ will host a public lecture next month to honour the legacy of the late Emeritus Professor John Western AM – the founding father of sociology at the University.

10 August 2011

The University of Queensland’s decades-long links with an Indigenous group, the Mornington Island Dancers, were strengthened when the group re-visited St Lucia campus recently.

7 July 2010

The long-lost works of one of Australia’s leading early anthropologists have been discovered in the shed of a northern New South Wales cattleman.

30 March 2010
Queensland Premier Anna Bligh

Australia will have a stronger role in global efforts to address major diseases like cancer and diabetes following a $50 million gift, the biggest donation of its kind in the nation’s history.

27 July 2009
Justice Roslyn Atkinson (left) conference conveners Professor David Trigger and Michael Williams

Queensland judicial officers have participated in a workshop concerning Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the law in Queensland held recently at UQ.

29 May 2009
Professor Parton (top) and Professor Hall

Two University of Queensland scientists have been awarded National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Australia Fellowships valued at a total of $8 million.

28 January 2009

DNA can spell danger, and may even drive a cell to suicide, according to new research from Queensland scientists.

15 January 2009

Twenty-five years after completing his undergraduate degree (with honours) and PhD at UQ, Professor David Trigger has returned to his alma mater to help strengthen the discipline he graduated from.

13 February 2008

University of Queensland researchers are leading the field in attempts to address a critical shortfall of high quality research capacity and personnel in the resolution of native title claims.

13 February 2008

Three researchers from The University of Queensland have been recognised in the inaugural National Health and Medical Research Council Awards.

12 December 2007

An international team of Australian and Israeli researchers has discovered what could be the aphrodisiac for the biggest moonlight sex event on Earth.

18 October 2007